Marks & Spencer Nail Polish Remover Reviews
Product Type: Marks & Spencer Hand & Nail Care
Description:Brand: Marks & Spencer / Type: Nail Polish Remover
Newest Review: ... to be the required element for removing nail polish effectively. The strong nail polish smell is still there but this is a ... more
by - written on 19/04/11 (Useful, 13 readings)
And so it came to pass that the M&S nail polish remover was the only bottle left in the cabinet... I had been avoiding using this product after using once upon purchasing, as although it is commendably acetone-free this seems to be the required element for removing nail polish effectively. The strong nail polish smell is still there but this is a nail polish remover that lacks good strong effectiveness. With just a gentle squeeze the nozzle releases a good amount of liquid, and yet is has taken me at least one blot per nail - I would view a good remover as needing one blot per 2 or 3 nails. The M&S stuff does do the job eventually but it takes a ... Read the complete review
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